More than 80 percent of people will experience low back pain at some point in their lifetime. This post, adapted from Brian Richey’s Back Exercise: Stabilize, Mobilize and Reduce Pain explores what non-specific low back pain is, what causes it and the exercises you can perform to treat it.
A new study suggests that triathletes feel less pain than casual exercisers
Despite putting constant stress on their backs, rowers and cross-country skiers may not experience any greater levels of chronic lower back pain than the rest of us, according to a new study.
When the doctors said it was going to hurt them more than it would hurt you, this time they really meant it.
Parents need to carefully select a backpack to ensure that they are comfortable and do not cause injury to their child.
Belly Dancing is an excellent way of developing great neural control and body co-ordination and to stay healthy, on average burning up 109 calories for every 10 minutes of dancing
Assessment and Treatment of Muscle Imbalance blends postural techniques, neurology and functional capabilities in order to alleviate chronic musculoskeletal pain and promote greater functionality.
The text goes beyond simply explaining how to apply each therapy, but goes on to explain why and when each course of treatment would prove safe and effective.